Get your latests SERP changes at a glance.
Knowing how your readers experience your site is vital. Being able to utilize Google Search Console is something I highly value as a blogger. Google Search Console helps me to not only be able to monitor and maintain my site, but it gives me tips on how I can improve my site’s presence in Google Search results.
With Otherboard, we give you the ability to easily integrate Google Search Console so you can optimize the visibility of your website.
With the integration of WordPress to Otherboard you’re able to view the keyword searches on all of your published posts on the sheet view. The keyword search results on the sheet view (like the ones you can see on the above image) are coming in over the last 30 days.
The image above is an example of what the Positive and Negative SERP Changes results look like in Otherboard. This data is being pulled in over the past 7 days.
The Pulse page also shows you the top 10 performing posts on your site and the keyword search results (SERPs) from those posts. This data is also being pulled in over the past 7 days. If you refresh the page you’ll get updated data in real time.
If you click on a single post, you’ll see the top 10 keyword searches for that specific post. If you want to see data related to that specific keyword search you can click on the keyword, and look at the history of that keyword search.
You’ll have the option to view:
- Ctr (click through rate)
You can also change the parameters of the timeline you’re viewing for the specific keyword search. The options here are:
- 7 Days
- 28 Days
- The last 3 Months
- The last 6 Months
- The last 12 months
- The last 16 months
At Otherboard, simplicity is the goal. We want your experience to be as simple and seamless as possible. Thats why we’ve made the use of Google Search Console within Otherboard simple and user friendly.